Recent news:

2500 ski jumping facilities now online!

The story behind the lost ski jumping hills in Poland

The ski jumping hill dictionary

More than 5000 ski jumping hills in our archives!

Normal hill in North Korea discovered!

more


Send us your ski jumping hill photos and information via email!


Latest updates:

2021-01-21

NOR-34Kongsvinger   NEW!

NOR-50Steinkjer   NEW!

NOR-38Larvik   NEW!

GER-SNAnnaberg-Buchholz

2021-01-20

GER-BWSchonach

2021-01-19

NOR-30Sarpsborg   NEW!

NOR-34Ringsaker   NEW!

NOR-34Gran   NEW!

ROUValea Strâmbă

HUNSátoraljaújhely

2021-01-18

SVKRužomberok

NOR-03Oslo   NEW!

NOR-30Skiptvet   NEW!

NOR-34Dovre   NEW!

NOR-38Hjartdal   NEW!

more



Advertisement:




Partner:

Peter Riedel Sports Technology

SkokiPolska.pl

Skispringen-Community Forum


Advertisement:



NORNOR-34Tynset

Havern

Data | History | Hill records | Map | Comments

.

Havernbakken:

K-Point: 56 m
Men Winter Hill record: 54.0 m (Halvor Næs NOR, 1963)
Coordinates: 62.243155, 10.787362 Google Maps OpenStreetMap
K-Point: 34 m
Coordinates: 62.245413, 10.786268 Google Maps OpenStreetMap
Further jumps: K34
Plastic matting: no
Year of construction: 1905
Conversions: 1912, 1933, 1957, 1968
Status: destroyed
Ski club: Tynset IF
Coordinates: 62.243155, 10.787362 Google Maps OpenStreetMap

to top

History:

In 1905, local skiers began to construct Havernbakken. It was named after a nearby mountain. The first conversion in 1912 enabled jumps up to 40 meters.
In 1933, a smaller hill was added next to it. Both hills were profiled and constructed with the help of the Norwegian Ski Association. Thanks to this, the hill record could be improved to 48 meters right before World War II.
Even though the hills were far away from settlements, they were a popular sanctuary as well as the nearby ski hut. After the state of the facility got worse in the mid-1950's, the hill consultant Renolen drew two new ski jumps with K56 and K34, which were built 300 meters South from the original location. In 1963, Halvor Næs from Trysil jumped the last hill record on the bigger hill.
Five years later, the facility was updated for the last time. Afterwards, it was very little in use. The location was difficult to reach, especially in cold and snowy winters. The hills simply could not survive anymore.

to top

Hill records K56 (Men):

to top

Map:


Advertisement:


to top

Comments:

Post comment:

Token:
Name:
Email:
Title:
Post:
bold | italics | underline | link

to top



Social Bookmarks

Copyright © Ski Jumping Hill Archive 2002-2021
www.skijumpinghills.com